Select this option if you need multiple types or assistance in determining the best type for your project.

Allow natural light into top floor rooms such as attics that may not have walls for windows.

Like casement windows, they crank out, but the sash opens upward instead of sideways.

STORM WINDOWS Protect older windows against energy inefficiency and are an economical option.

These windows feature a sliding track allowing the sashes to move left and right.

SINGLE HUNG WINDOWS Only the bottom sash opens. The top half of the window is stationary.

Both sashes move up and down. Generally both sashes will pop in for easy cleaning.

BAY/BOW WINDOWS Generally protrude out from the exterior wall of a home, creating a wide view and wide window sill inside.

CASEMENT WINDOWS These windows crank out and allow maximum air flow in and out of a home.

BASEMENT EGRESS These maximize light in a basement and are also used for safety.

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Bristol Replacement Windows

Of the many types and styles available to you when considering Bristol replacement windows, there are a lot of choices. Fixed Bristol replacement windows can be the most difficult to choose, but they can also be very beneficial. Some fixed windows are very useful, while others add a touch of class and flare to your otherwise dull and predictable Bristol replacement windows.

Circle Head

Circle head Bristol replacement windows are a really good choice to dress up a boring window area. Much like their name suggests, these window replacements are circular in shape. However, they do not make complete circles, but rather are semi-circular. This particular style of being rounded on one side and straight (flat) on the other gives the window style the second half of its name- head. It is so named because it is always used to top another window or door.

Circle head Bristol replacement windows are beneficial in many ways. To begin with, they can add to the artistic appeal of your home. Every home has windows, but not every home has Bristol replacement windows that add to the architecture and style of the overall appearance. Circle heads achieve this effect quite nicely.

But their benefit is not simply a visual one. Another thing that these Bristol replacement windows add to your house is more lighting. Regular Connecticut replacement windows tend to allow too much heat into the home along with the added light they let in. This can be very detrimental to your electricity bill. In the winter, they can also let the cold in. This makes it necessary to put coverings on your conventional windows, even if you get the energy efficient type.

Placing a circle head window above your regular Bristol window can give you the best of both worlds when installing replacement windows. These Bristol replacements are above the level that normal ones sit, so the light they provide is indirect. If the light they provide is indirect, so is the extra heat in the summer and cold in the winter. Additionally, circle heads are typically smaller in size than conventional Connecticut replacement ones. Less surface area equals less area that heat and cold can invade your Bristol home.

In addition to their placement on the wall, Bristol circle head window replacements have another feature that enables them to provide you with extra added insulation. These Bristol replacement windows are fixed. Conventional window replacements in CT open and close for added ventilation. Unfortunately however this ventilation comes with a price. Bristol windows that open and close are not as well sealed as replacement ones that are fixed. The better the seal, the better the insulation, so clearly topping your regular Bristol window with a circle head has many benefits.

Alternative Options

Sometimes, for some reason or another, a circle head CT replacement window is not always the best choice. So, what does one do when one wants the added value of a fixed decorative window, but a circle head just won't work? The answer to that is simple- choose another style of decorative fixed window toppers.

The first of these replacement window types is known as a rose window. The phrase rose window usually conjures up images of gothic architecture or churches with stained glass. While both of these varieties are beautiful and can really add to the appeal of your home, you do not need to invest in expensive decorative types like these in order to add a rose window to your décor.

Rose replacements come in all varieties. What makes a rose window a rose window is that it is round in shape. A full circle window is always called a rose, no matter what other embellishments are added. And there are so many options for embellishments for this type of window.

As stated above, a stained glass rose window is a gorgeous addition to any home. With all the different styles of stained glass these days, it is possible to find one that fits your personal taste. However, stained glass windows can be very costly. If you cannot afford a stained glass window, you can still achieve a similar effect. Simply purchase a CT rose window that is just made of regular glass, and then purchase decals that are available in any window store and many hardware stores. These decals can be cut to fit any window, and give it the appearance of stained glass without the added cost.

If rose and circle head Connecticut replacement window styles are both too large for the space you want to use them in, there is still one alternative. Much like a circle head window, but with a smaller arch elliptical Bristol replacement windows are a perfect fit for all your hard to fit places!

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